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From:Gayle Callis <> (by way of histonet)
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I have a question.

Is there bone with fibrous tissue attached? or are you asking about
sectioning bone separately from just a dense fibrous tissue?

References:  Dodds, RA et al, The growing ostophyte: a model system
for the study of human bone development and remodeling in situ
Journal of Histotechnology, 17(1):37-43, 1994

Dodds, RA et al 1984 Calcified Tissue Int 36,359-365
 "      "       1983   "         "     "  35,56-61
Sorry, no titles of publications for these.

Hill EL, and Elde R, J Histochem Cytochemistry 38:443-448, 1990
An improved method for preparing cryostat sections of undecalcified
bone for multiple uses.  *** this publication contains an excellent
reference by JE Aaron and DH Carter, J Histochem/Cytochem 35:361-369, 19
on doing undecalcifed bone frozens.

Dodds gave a workshop in Monterey, NSH 1992, and his handout was
very sketchy on references, no titles, just author, journal, etc.
Hacker sponsered the cryostat, and maybe they have a better
reference list with full publication titles.   You might check
MedLine for new publications by Dodds, he also did ISH.

Good luck,
Gayle Callis

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